Ron Paul – A Biopsy, Part I

I ran into some surprising arguments with two of my friends after my last post on Ron Paul.  It was rather shocking to see support for this monster from two of my acquaintances.

I had no idea Ron Paul has managed to fool even sensible people. Apparently, he has managed some success with hiding his true agenda since one of those friends is exactly the type that Ron Paul hates:  Indian immigrant (read non-White) and a software professional (read urban).… [Read more]

Tyranny of the Majority: Correcting the Narrative

Know why diversity’s so important?  It’s about more than just adding another feminine, Black, or gay face at the table, you know.

There are those proverbs that talk about the victor having the spoils, and about history being the victor’s nonobjective story — HIStory.  And there was an African proverb I ran across yesterday that read:  Until the lion has a chance to tell its story, the hunter will be glorified.… [Read more]

I Don’t Know _ _ _ _ About Politics!

That is the truth. I’d like to pretend that I know what is occurring in the world around me, but I really don’t. Recently I got into an argument with a close friend about how oblivious I appear to be with regard to what is going on in the world around me.  In her opinion, I should be more concerned about current politics. … [Read more]